WELBERTH WARBLER MARTINS FERREIRA
The Creation of Stars
Consider now the following initial conditions: consider a pair of atoms, moving with a speed "v" in the same direction but in opposite sense, where there is a distance "d" which is infinite between each of the atoms. After a certain period of chaotic movement through space, occur will a collision at random, between these atoms which are moving through space in these same conditions. When this collision occurs, the third law of Newton associated Coulomb's law, will be present between the atoms generating an elastic collision between them. This elastic collision, in turn, will cause the reduction of the kinetic energy of atoms giving them the opportunity to remain close to each other for a period of time bigger they since they keep off from each other with a slower speed. By be moving away, an of the other, with a slower speed, the atoms take longer to increase the distance between them, provide these atoms, the opportunity to undergo further collisions with other atoms that are moving by the space so chaotic. If this new collision occurs, the atoms will lead a period of time further to if keep off a of other, thus generating the opportunity of the birth of a vicious circle of collisions atomic which always causes a growing increase in the time period of time in which the atoms leads for increase the distance existent between them. Due to the existence of this vicious circle, the atoms begin to shorten the distances between them, stay thereby, increasingly close to one of another. Thus begins, in the most remote parts of space, the agglomeration of hydrogen atoms which give rise to clouds of gas. The reduction of distances between the atoms engender the birth of the compressive force that the more external layers of atoms exert on the atoms of more internal layers of this same cloud. The more the atoms shorten its distances, stronger will be the force of compression that the atoms of the more external layers, of this cloud of gas, go provoke in the atoms of its more internal layers. The more compressed, are the layers the internal cloud of hydrogen, greater will be its density and how much greater the density the smaller is the space between the atoms. The smaller the space between the atoms, the greater the number of atomic collisions in the more internal layers of the cloud which cause an increase of its kinetic energy, thereby increasing the production of thermal energy. The greater the production of thermal energy the greater the growth of the kinetic energy of atoms that are in more internal layers of the cloud of gas, which in turn cause a further increase in the number of collisions between atoms. Thus we enter a vicious circle that will ensure, to the cloud of hydrogen gas, an ever increasing rise in temperature.
The electrons, by being lighter, can more easily acquire kinetic energy that the nuclei of atoms. Thus, the nuclei of atoms, when in extremely high temperatures, cannot cope with the more energetic electrons (fast) which depart toward the more external layers of the cloud where the air pressure is lower. For this reason, the electrons are separated from their nuclei which remain trapped in the more internal layers of clouds. During your walk, towards the more external layers, some electrons collide with the nuclei of atom that if encounter in this layers. This shock is so intense that causes fission of the nucleus of atoms.
When the nucleus of a single atom is destroyed by the collision of an electron, its entire energy is released at once within a very short space of time. This energy spreads to all parties so as to cause fission of the nuclei of which are in their neighborhoods. Thus is initiated a vicious circle of nuclear fission responsible for the first nuclear reactions which lead to the birth of the first stars of hydrogen. In this moment, these stars are separated by infinite distances. These endless distances make it impossible to formation of galaxies.
The creation of a star through atoms which reduce their speed through collisions with other atoms is extremely slow. It is much easier to create a star by means of atomic collisions ideals. The atomic collisions ideals are those which occur so that not always happen the reduction of the kinetic energy of atoms. In the ideal collision, the energy received is completely absorbed; no have so the reflection of energy which makes the atoms moves apart from one another. In this type of collision, the atoms, after suffering a collision, will walk together through space with the same kinetic energy they had before colliding with each other. Thus they form molecules of hydrogen atoms moving rapidly through space. If these molecules undergo collisions ideals as other molecules or other atoms, the formation occurs, always growing a agglomerate of molecules and (or) agglomerate of atoms and molecules that will lead to the birth of the vicious circle of increased pressure and temperature that turn will lead to the birth of the star. How the atoms and molecules are moving rapidly through space without loss of kinetic energy, and how the speed favors increasing the occurrence of collisions ideals, the universe can thus accelerate the process of their creation.